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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHBRIDOe HMALD-TtmrMtoy. OdOfrat 10.1tT4 GOING HOME FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIOAYSEASON your rtwrvtlkMit by bookkm Mrlyt CONTACT ART WILLIAMS MM1M Summaries DETROIT 2 CHICAGO 1 Ftoet Parted: 1. Detroit. Grant 1 (Redmond. Charron) 2. Chicago. Boldlrev 1 (Redmond. White) 12-59 Penalties Watson 2 32, Russell Q. Bergman 12-11. Second Period: No scoring Penalties Olonne Redmond 7-45, T Bergman Third Period: 3. Detroit, Charron 1 (Lynch. Redmond) Penalties Charron 1-09. Russell 13.17, Ubbet, Mikita minors, majors. Redmond game misconduct 14.23. Shots on god by Chicago 10 7 8-25 Detroit 5 3 TORONTO 6. KANSAS CITY 2 First Period: 1. Toronto. Motlat 1 (Flett. Keon) 2 Toronto. Ellis 1 McKenny, (Hammarstrom) Penalties Glennie Lemieux 330, Nolet 7-49. McDonald Wright 13 12. Second Period: 3. Kansas City. Nolet 1 (Hudson, McElmury) 056 Penalties Burns 3-39, 15-05, Hammarstrom Moflat 12.24 Third Period: 4. Toronto, McKenny 1 (Hammarstrom) 2.26. 5 Toronto, Sittler 1 (Mottat, Keon) 633, 6 Toronto, Turnbull 1 (Kammarstrom) 9 21, 7 Kansas City. Powis 1 tRota) 10-33; 8 Toronto, Keon 1 (Flett, Penalties Crashley 6-14. Brossart 11.35, Paiement, Hammarstrom double minors 17 06, Burns minor, misconduct 1736 Shots goal by Kansas City 10 10 8-28 Toronto 12 17 17-46 NY BANGERS 6, WASHINGTON 3 First Period 1. Washington, Hrycuik 1 5 06; 2. NY Rangers. P.olis 1 (Gilbert. Park) 543. Penalties Mikkelson 5-06, Harris Lesuk 12.54 Second Period: 3 Washington, Anderson 1 (Dupere. Joly) 0 32.4. NY Rangers, Park 1 (Tkaczulc, Stemkowski) 12.38. Penalties Gilbert 052, Middleton 740, Joly 1036. Mikkelson Marotte 12.59, Irvine Bloom Third Period: 5. New York, Middleton 1 (Tkaczuk, Vickers) 6 Washington. Kryskow 1 (Cowick, Hrycuik) 1-43; 7 New York, PohS 2 (Tkaczgk. Gilbert) 3-24; 8 New York, Middleton 2 (Tkaczuk, Vickers) 16.13; 9 New York, Gilbert 1 (Ratelle) 19-31 Penalties Bloom 3.10. Cowick 4.50, Washington bench 9-16. Egers 16 45. Shots on goal by Washington 5 6 New York 14 10 PITTSBURGH 4, MINNESOTA 2 First Period: 1 Pittsburgh. Kelly 1 (Arnason) 1416 Penalties Paradise 1-22, 1700. Hextall 1002, Goldsworthy 17-00. Kelly 18 38 Second Period: 2. Pittsburgh, Larouch 1 (Arnason) 10-34, 3. Minnesota. Paradise 1 (Hextall. Goldsworthy) 11-38; 4 Minnesota. Goldsworthy 1 (Gibb, O'Bnen) Penalties Campbell Third Period: 5. Pittsburgh, Apps 1 (pronovost) 6 49.6 Pittsburgh, Apps 2 (Pronovost) Penalties Campbell 5 11. Shots on goal by Pittsburgh 13 8 'Minnesota v 14 18 VANCOUVER 3, ATLANTA 3 First Period: 1 Vancouver. Gould 1 (Kearns (Oddleilson) 2. Atlanta. Graves 1 (Manery. Lystek) 3. Vancouver. Lever 1 (Boudrias, Dalley) Penalties Price 2.28. Dunn 11.38 Second Period: 4. Atlanta. Letter 1 (Romanchych. Bialowas) 10-39; 5. Atlanta. Richard 1 6 Vancouver, Ververgaert 1 (Boudrias, Lever) 17.19. Penalties Manery 6-04, Dailey Boddy Third Period No scoring. Penalties Qulnn Price 7-34, Quinn Dunn minors, majors 9.47, Price 17.11 on goal by Atlanta 10 7 Vancouver 11 9 CALIFORNIA 4, ST. LOUIS 4 First Period: 1. St Louis. Oglivie 1 Awrey. Unger 1030: 2 California, Frig 1 Weir, MacAdam 14.55; 3. California. Weir 1 Gilbertson 19-23 Penalties Unger 3.07. Johnston 730. Thomson, McAneeley Plante 13.01. Second 4 St Louis, Palazzan 1 Collins. Awrey 4-30; 5 California, Frig 2 Hampton, Johnston Penalties Mott Cal double minors 3.54, Merrick MacAdam, Bailey minor, majors 8-40, Unger 12.30. Third Period: 6. California, Weir 2 Gilbertson, Christie. St Louis, Sacharuk 1 B Plager. 8-36, 8 St. Louis, Palazzan 2 Collins, Thomson 1017 Penalties B. Plager 5.09, Thomson. Patey, Johnston King 14-53 on goal by St Louis 5 10 California 13 4 NY ISLANDERS S, MONTREAL S First Montreal. Lam- bert 1 (Lemaire, Larose) 8.06; 2. NY Islanders, Hams 1 (Gillies, Marshall) 10.07; 3. Montreal, Mahovlich 1 (Lambert) 12.04. Penalties D Potvm 0-46, Robinson D. Potvin 11 29, Hicke 12.45. Dryden served by Wilson 1750 Second Period: 4 NY Islanders, Nystrom 1 (Marshall, Bourne) NY Islanders, Stewart 1 (D. Potvin, MacMillan) 14.32. Penalties Lambert 10-18. Howatt 17-08 Third Period: 6. NY Islanders, Hams 2 (Westfall, Gillies) 2.12. 7. Montreal, Cournoyer 1 (Lafleur, Lapomte) 728; 8. NY Islanders, Stewart 2 (Lewis) 13-49; 9 Montreal, Mahovlich 2 {Lafleur, Cournoyer) 1806, 10. Montreal, Mahovlich 3 (Lefley, Lemaire) Penalties Chartaraw 542. J Potvin double minor, major, Robinson minor, major, game misconduct Gillies double minor, Lapointe Hart Shots on goal by NY Islanders 10 6 Montreal 8 7 Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL PIONEER LEAGUE Gunnar Holte 215; Elmer Morrison 209. Hans Blingsonr 223; Will Ness 222: Tom Orr 218; Regina Heir. 228; Clara Grandberg 235; Helma Sk'undberg 217; Angelle Morrison- 210. SENIOR CITIZENS Ann Reed 243; Maggie Oliver 258 David Oliver 248 Pat Plomp 241 Scotty Muir 222: Chris Maloney 229. Jim Arthur 238. Henry Bechthold 241; Ane Koole 232; Len Halmrest 230. Harry Long 258 Harry Holub 240 (659) MICA'S Linda Aspeslet 252. Sandra Lund 266: Bea Salmon 282 Edith Voth 263 Lena Moore 299 Annette Mabin 250; Mariene Bosch 364 Peggie Voort 280. Barb Scattergood 276 Pat Janne255. THE FISHING'S HEAT ON SNUSWAP LAKE WITH A Rent a 36-foot houseboat that sleeps six for only a day that's less than per person. Enjoy fully equipped con- venience including a full bath and a modern kitchen. Then take oft along 1000 miles of scenic shoreline and bring in the big ones. SALMON ARM. B.C., HOLIDAY BOWL GOLDEN AGE Dick Anderson 236; Kay Davlson 205; Ted Ward 211. Norah Hofforth 256. Henry Bpown 208; Rose Nunweilet 22T. Harry Chapman 300 Betty Murtand 264; Minnie Petrie 246. 'luby Oseen 247 Arvid Oseer 227; Howard White 219 COMMERCIAL MEN Ab Paskuski 403 Darwin Romanchuk 333 John Rempel 338 Steve Sater 322 Dan Finnerty 333 John Kovacs 320 Les Dyke 318 Roy Cunningham 306 Tom Baker 306 Hank Berry 302 Jim Malcomson 301 (730) KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Brenda Goodhope 364, Dot Olshaski 291 Hilda Krocker 299 Carol Kempenaar 288 Carol Hall 277 Morgan Sparks 327 John Lacey 278; Barry Rosenfett 254; Rolln Jalbert 319 Bob Olshaski 267; Bemeice Pavan 270 Kent Leishman 288. UNITED WINS x LONDON (Renter) Man- chester United, driving to re- turn to the English football First Division next season, showed why they feel they will be there with a 1-0 third-round League Cup victory over Man- chester City at Old Trafford Wednesday. Hunter's Special! SHOTGUN SHELLS C.I.L. CANUCK HEAVY LOADS WINCHESTER DUCKLOADS OPEN THURSDAY TO FRIDAY TILL P.M. Until 2 par coetomar. FrU, Sat BOX PRECISION GUNS and Sports MM. The HcioU Sports COUGARS' ROMAN KSIAZEK, COACH DAHL AND GEORGE SEILLER AND RAMS' DWIGHT HUDSON, COACH WHITELAW AND MALMBERG Cougars, Rams meet in crucial tilt It simply depends on who yon listen to. If you ask Roman Ksiazek or George Seiller they'll tell you the Catholic Central Cougars will beat the LCI Rams Friday night in a West Division game in the Southern Alberta High School Football League. If you ask Kevin Malmberg or Larry Boulton, they'll tell you LCI will win the game slated for Henderson Stadium at eight. Both opinions are slightly prejudiced. Ksiazek and Seiller are standouts for the Cougars while Boulton and Malmberg are two of the stalwarts of the LCI team. Seiller is the kicking specialist on the Cougars and has hit on 11 convert attempts and is three for three in the field goal department, with kicks of 32, 33 and 34 yards. The soccer style kicker feels the Cougars have the edge due to their victory over the LCI, 194, in their first meeting and the confidence the team has that they will repeat that win. "We are working hard to get in top shape for the he said, "and by eight Friday we will be 'up' for the game." LCI defensive and offensive lineman Kevin Malmberg feels the improvement in the defensive line's play is a ma- jor reason why his team will win. "We've improved our line a lot we'll take the i Cougars. In fact we still have a good chance to win the league championship and I'm confident we can do Mabnberg stated. The Rams'have four points after two wins and two losses this year and the Cougars have seven points with three wins and a tie. The Rams could still upend the with the Cougars, but their chances are slim. "If Crescent Heights can beat Churchill Friday in the 'Hat and we beat the Cougars, then we will be right back in the thick of Mahnberg said. "We will have to control Randy Jackson and Steve Larry Boulton said. "We know they can be con- tained. After all, the Cougar offence has not scored a touchdown in their last two games. The defence did the scoring." The defensive man who scored the only Cougar major last week in Medicine Hat, in a 9-8 win over Crescent Heights, was Roman Ksiazek. He recovered a 'Hat fum- ble in the end zone. J'We'U beaf the Rams this time as Ksiazek said, "all we have to do is-go out there and hit hard. We must control the game and we can only do that by hard work and hitting." Ksiazek has confidence in his team's offence, stress- ing that they've been working hard all week and show im- provement. He is sure they will score against the Rams. While the Rams and Bulldogs are going at it in Henderson Stadium the Winston Churchill Bulldogs travel to Medicine Hat for a game with Crescent Heights. The Bulldogs must win their game to keep their chances of first place in the West Division alive. They meet the Rams next .week. Two Bulldog loses combined with a Cougar loss this week and two Bam victories in the next two weeks, and its a whole new ball game. This is a crucial weekend for all three clubs and the resulting football games should be dandies. Some surprise endings in openers By GLENN COLE The Canadian It took three seasons' for New York Islanders to gain their first point at the Montreal Forum but Islanders coach Al Arbour thought his club should have had a win rather than a tie against Montreal Canadiens Wednes- day night The Canadiens rallied for two power-play goals in the final two minutes of the third period to tie New York 5-5 in one of seven games scheduled for the opening night of the National Hockey League> 58th season. Meanwhile, Washington Capitals and Kansas City Scouts began their first season in the league with losses. The Scouts were beaten 6-2 by the Maple Leafs in Toronto while the Capitals dropped a 6-3 decision to New York Rangers. Other action saw Pittsburgh Penguins defeat Minnesota North Stars 4-2, Detroit Red Wings edge Chicago Black Hawks 2-1, California Seals tie St. Louis Blues 4-4 and Van- couver Canucks battle to a 3-3 draw with Atlanta Flames. Pete Mahovlich's third powerplay goal of the game with 57 seconds remaining gave Montreal the tie with New York. It came 57 seconds after Mahovlich's second goal with the Islanders playing two men short after Clark Gillies had received a double minor and Gerry Hart was given a penalty for boarding Yvan Cournoyer by referee Dave Newell at Billy. Harris and Ralph Stewart each had two goals for the Islanders, who had 25 shots at Montreal goalie Ken Dryden. playing his first NHL game since the close of the 1972-73 season. Dryden sat out last season because of a contract hassle. The Rangers unleashed a 19- shot barrage at Capitals goalie Ron Low in the third period, scoring four goals, while Washington had a goal on its only shot at New York's Eddie Giacomin. Greg Polis and Rick Middle- ton scored twice for New York with Polis' second goal at of the final period snapping a 3-3 tie. Jim Hrycuik had the distinction of scoring Washington's first goal at of the opening period to give the Caps a brief 1-0 lead. The Leafs fired 46 shots at Scouts' goaltender Michel Plasseand one of the shots to beat him was Dave Keon's 350th goal which capped a four-goal outburst in the final period. Simon Nolet got the Scouts first-ever goal in the second period after Toronto scored LETHMME OFFICE FUMHTURE LTD. Lower Uvrt 7th StroM Shopping MaN ADDING MACHINES High schools plan cross-country run The high schools located in the Southwest Zone in the province will be competing in a cross country race Satur- day. The Southwest zone in- cludes all schools located in Minor Soccer awards are announced Individual and team trophy winners have been announced by the Lethbridge Minor Soccer Association. The association is under the guidance of president Nigel Alexander and past president Ian Gray. Both men have competed in top calibre soccer in the English and Scottish leagues. The individual trophy winners in the Bantam divi- sion were Ricky Sipos, top forward; Owen Hay ward, top goalie; Willie Teitz, best defenceman and Mike Foster, the most valuable player. In the Pee Wee Division Derek D'Conna was chosen the best forward; Andre Vanderbeek, best defenceman; Dwaine Blaze- jak, best goalie and Dave Field was selected the most valuable player. Harry Fornefette was chosen the most valuable player in the Mite division with Rick Bolasz named the top forward; Berry Vogt the best defenceman and Robert Rabb the best goalie. Neil McRae was the league's top goal scorer. The Frank Miles Cup, presented to the winner of the Midget division, went to the Taber team. Fiorino Rovers won the Bantam category and the Pee Wee division was taken by the Taber Road Runners. Green's Pop Shop team won the Mite division. the area south of Nanton to the American border and west of Taber to the B.C. boundary. The course is laid out at the University of Lethbridge and the event is open to both boys and girls. will also be junior and senior categories, with juniors being 16 and under as of Nov. 1 and the seniors 20 and over as of Sept. 1. The girls will run metre and metre races and the boys course will cover metres and metres. The shorter courses in both cases will declare both a junior and senior winner while the longer runs are the open events and will have only one winner. In the short races the first senior home will win the senior section and the first junior home will take the honors. It does not matter where they finish in the race as long as they are number one in then- category. All races will start at the U of L track, wind through the riverbottom, and end up back at the track. Entries are still needed for these races and all schools in the zone are urged to com- pete. Thus far entries have arriv- ed from the LCI, St.-Mary's in Cardston, Lundbreck, Winston Churchill and the Cardston high school. The metre measurement converted into miles shows the metre run as .93 miles; the metre run as 1.86 miles; metres as 2.5 miles and the metre run is 3.75 miles. The schedule for the races is as follows: 10am for all runners in U of L Fieldhouse 10 30 a.m metres 10 50 3.000 metre open am 4.000 metres 11.45 a.m metre open 1230 Awards presentations and lunch ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES WESTERN CANADA W L T F A Ptt Winnipeg......2 0 1 12 9 5 Brandon........2 0 1 15 12 5 Saskatoon..... 2 1 0 22 14 4 Lethbridge.....1 10662 Regina .......1 3 0 11 23 2 FlinRon........0 4 1 17 34 1 WORLD SERIES Oakland at Los Angeles 2.30 p.m. Phon. 327-7595 1% North of Downtown Lethbridge is Growing and so must we! WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS for approximately 3 weeks starting October 14th For your dining enjoyment we are creating a 'New Look watch for our Grand Re-Opening ALEXANDRA RESTAURANT 328 5th Street South Lethbridge twice in the first period. Syl Apps scored a short- handed goal early in the third period and added an insurance goal with remaining in the game to give the Penguins their win over Minnesota. Guy Charron scored from a scramble in front of the net with 37 seconds remaining in the game to give the Red Wings the win. Danny Grant got the other Detroit goal with. Ivan Boldirev scoring for Chicago. Rookie Doug Palazzari's second goal of the game with remaining in the third period gave the Bines their tie against the Seals. Stan Weir and Len Frig each had two goals for California. A goal by Dennis Ververgaert at of the se- cond period gave the Canucks their tie against the Flames. Larry Gould and Don Lever scored the other Vancouver goals. No sparring for Foreman KINSHASA, Zaire (AP) Champion George Foreman still hasn't been permitted to restore sparring, 23 days after a cot over his eye forced post- ponement of his world heavy- weight boxing title fight against Muhammad Ali. Manager Dick Sadler has hinted that Foreman may start boxing again in three to five days. "George has over 200 rounds of boxing onder his belt for Otis Sadler said. "He only needs a touch more to get his timing sharp. WeVe still got 20 days before post time. Plenty of iime." Edmonton......3 1 01711 6 Medicine Hal ...2 0 0 14 4 4 Westminster___2 1 0 12 6 4 Kamloops......1 10742 Victoria 1 2 '0 6 12 2 Calgary........0 3 1 14 18 1 HOCKEY SCORES National Pittsburgh 4 Minnesota 2 NY islanders 5 Montreal S Toronto 6 Kansas City 2 Detroit 2 Chicago 1 NY Rangers 6 Washington 3 SL Louis 4 Minnesota 4 Vancouver 3 Atlanta 3 -American. Virginia 3 Baltimore 2 Central Denver 3 Fort Worth 2 Western Canada Edmonton 3 Kamloops 2 B.C. Junior Langtey 6 Nanaimo 3 Vemon 8 Merrin 6 O.C. SOCCER ENGLISH LEAGUE Oakland at Los Angeles 2.30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct 15 Los Angeles at Oakland p.m. Wednesday, Get 'Los Angeles at Oakland p.m. Thursday, OcL 17 Los Angeles at Oakland. p m. (if necessary) Saturday, OcL 19 Oakland at Los Angeles. 2.30 p.m. (if necessary) Sunday. Oct 20 Oakland at Los Angeles. p.m. (if necessary) NATIONAL LEAGUE Fourth Game Pittsburgh 000 000 1 3 1 LA 102 022 23X-12 12 0 Reuss Brett Demery Giusti Pizarro (9) and Sanguillen; Sutton Marshall (9) and Yeager. HRs: LA Pgh Stargell AMERICAN LEAGUE Bury 1 Leeds 2 Chelsea 2 Stoke 2 Chester 1 Preston 0 Colchester 2 CartWe 0 Crewe 2 Aston ViBa 2 Hamepool 1 Blackburn 1 Oakland 000 010 1 0 Baltimore 000 000 5 1 Hunter (1-1) Fingers (B) and Fosse: Cuellar (1-1) Grimsley (5) and llontfncks. MO BASKETBALL Exhibition Philadelphia NBA 112 Houston NBA 107 San Antonio ABA 129 Kentucky ABA 113 Chicago NBA 94 Washington NBA 93 Virginia ABA 137 St Louis ABA 132 Atlanta NBA 113 Kansas City-Omaha NBA 91 San Diego ABA 101 Utah ABA 96 CFL ALL-PRO COUNTDOWN ENTRY FORMS WIN FREE TRIPS FOR TWO TO ACAPULCO. ELRICH TIRES LTD. 402 1st AVI S 327-6886 or 327-4445 ;